The F45 Playoffs is the world's most innovative and challenging new fitness test. The disciplines selected include the following; speed,...
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SURFET Fitness, a three-person Shark Tank entrepreneurial success story, uses the social network for training, coordinating events and handling frequently asked questions.
Networking giant partners Singapore's Institute of Technical Education to set up unified communications training center for students, and will support teachers with advanced certifications.
Asia's ICT tradeshow introduces six new forum tracks, including mobile health, mobile commerce and mobile payments, as it latches on to latest industry trends, organizer shares.
Most security incidents are down to human error — and the lack of experience and training for IT professionals dealing with IPv6 make those mistakes more likely, says Axel Pawlik
Bring-your-own device gives employees freedom to choose hardware and software they want to perform work tasks, boosting efficiency as well as staff happiness, survey finds.
Texas Charter School Association's Annual Conference. The Annual Charter Schools Conference is the only statewide gatheringof the entire...
case study Corporate travel agency using business analytics tool to not only track internal performances and plan budgets, but also boost customer loyalty by helping them plan best travel routes at cheapest price.
Everywhere Internet connectivity, more device functionalities and seamless integration of work and home environments high on business travelers' wishlists.
Would you like to build your own train network? With Puzzle Trains you can do it! Build roads, avoid rocks and trees and catch the...
2012 will see mobile and cloud continue to lead growth, with country expected to clock US$10 billion in enterprise IT spend. But challenges await, including IT skills shortage and security concerns.
Industry insiders share their highs and lows of 2011 and what they hope to achieve in the new year as big data, cloud computing and IT consumerization trends continue to dominate.
Amid more chatter about the social enterprise than the tech industry can stand, IBM is aiming to formalise training and services to help companies adopt new tools and processes.
Initiatives such as setting up dedicated datacenter park and encouraging green IT adoption to keep space and energy costs low can keep Singapore ahead of competition as key regional data center destination.
Mobile and social media policies as well as outsourced data, among top security risks businesses today face, industry watchers note, adding mindset of finding solutions only when breaches occur needs to change.
Making computer hacking part of the curriculum can help groom all-rounded security professionals, but law and ethics must be emphasized in tandem, say experts.
Management software vendor has identified several mobile-based opportunities that it's keen on exploring, particularly after acquiring former partner Aeroprise, reveals senior exec.
Singapore company Progreso starts first IPv6 Forum-certified course to equip local IT professionals for more efficient IPv6 migration and "plug" existing skills gap, says managing director.
Tertiary institutions in city-state slow to introduce business analytics into their curriculum but that's changing with more providing such courses, says SAS exec.
Mobile enterprise broadband connections via "big-screen" devices such as laptops and tablets will grow "considerably" in region, although smartphones will still dominate, says new report.
Tomorrow, 2.2 million Singaporeans will take to the polls and vote in the nation's most heavily contested General Elections since its independence.
Lack of expertise and reluctance to embrace new IT offerings are keeping small and midsize businesses from adopting cloud, say industry watchers who stress the need to educate companies on technology changes.
SingTel has said the effort to create a 3G network for underground train stations and tunnels is due to be completed by its scheduled deadline of July